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This is a great place for bbqs or Ultimate frisbee games. I've spent a lot of time here over the last several years. This is a place where more locals hang out, and there's more affordable living compared to Wash Park.
We lived in Denver from about 1981 until 1998, but had mostly been back to change planes at DEN, until this July visit. Going back to when we did live there, we had several friends, who lived in the condos, which overlook Cheesman Park, and...More
This is a beautiful park in the middle of Denver, Colorado, with gorgeous plantings all around with different colors, especially in the fall. Our family of 10 takes our professional pictures here once a year and we have never regretted it. Gorgeous homes circle the...More
Cheesman is a great place for just walking around-or hanging around. Since we were there in winter, we walked. Great day--sunny, in the 50s, lots of people out walking, standing or sitting around talking, just enjoying the day. You get relaxed just being there. Definitely...More
Cheesman Park is a large park and it's lush and very welcoming. Lots of people play with their dogs, hike, have picnics there or just hang out. There are many restaurants and coffee shops around the area. There is lore about ghosts in the park...More
First, and this may be useful as a "Real World" tip, Cheeseman is a major "Cruising" spot for the male Gay community, so if you have discomfort about that you'll want to give it a pass. Also, it's actually a huge old graveyard and when...More
I live a block away from Cheesman Park and this is my favorite park to go to because it doesn't have any geese there and it's a little over a mile all the way around. You can find a lot of people here on sunny...More